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lets go

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"Let's go" is an English phrase combining the contraction of "let us" and the verb "go". Functioning as an imperative, it's often used to motivate or prompt others to leave or begin an activity. It can show enthusiasm, urgency or impatience depending on the context and tone.
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"Alright, it's finally weekend! Let's go to the park and enjoy the sunshine."
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go

📝 Description
"Go" is an English verb, primarily used to describe the action of moving or proceeding from one place to another. It can also indicate a state of being. Derived from Old English 'gān', the word has multiple uses and meanings, including beginning an action, functioning properly, or even a situation progressing in a certain way.
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"Let's go to the park after we finish our lunch."
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